The Yorkshire Network for Canadian Studies and the University of Huddersfield are pleased to announce the next speaker of the Canadian Studies research seminar series:
“Apocalypse As One of the Fine Arts: Destructive Creativity in Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy”
Dr. Siân Harris (University of Exeter)
Tuesday, 5th March, WG/13, West Building, University of Huddersfield, 1.30 pm.
Dr. Siân Harris is a lecturer in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature at the University of Exeter. Her research examines questions genre, gender, creative identity and authorship, especially in detective and historical fiction. Siân has published on various contemporary writers including Ian Rankin, JK Rowling, AS Byatt and Marina Warner; her work on Canadian literature has addressed the writing of L.M. Montgomery, Alice Munro, Margaret Laurence and Margaret Atwood.